|jsf1||RE: Sister Mary Annunciata|
Unfortunately I do not have a birth date.
Added by jsf1 on Sep 28, 2016 5:45 PM
|Christine Izzo||RE: Theodore Lincoln Smith|
Added by Christine Izzo on Sep 24, 2016 8:45 PM
|Andrew Honeywell||RE: Oliver Brown|
The 1845 death year was a typo and should have been 1815. I believe we have the same person here. Oliver Brown was the son of Daniel Brown, Patriot, and Sarah Lounsbury of Greenwich,CT/North Castle, NY.
Added by Andrew Honeywell on Sep 19, 2016 6:46 AM
|Lynn||RE: Mary Loula Wathen Boarman|
Thank you, I appreciate the info.
Added by Lynn on Sep 17, 2016 5:58 AM
|Andrew Honeywell||RE: Oliver Brown #40617698|
Oliver Brown's death is recorded in the Finch Family bible of Jonathan Finch, Jr. born 10 Nov 1772 in Greenwich, CT/North Castle, NY. Jonathan Finch married Sarah Brown who was Oliver Brown's niece.
His death in the Bible is recorded as " 30 Oct 1845 age 45 years."
Are you able to procure a picture of Oliver's gravestone?
Tradition states that the Finch's and the Brown's were born in Greenwich, however, the Finch family and allies tended to hover around the border as their land was in the Banksville and Round Hill neighborhoods of Greenwich. Therefore they may have been born either in Greenwich or North Castle, yet neither town has their births recorded. They are all buried in the Middle Patent Rural Cemetery in North Castle, NY.
I believe he was born in Greenwich and died in Huntington. Is there a way you could help me procure a copy or certified copy of his marriage record and death record in Huntington? I would like to view any vital statistics information that those records may have.
Added by Andrew Honeywell on Sep 15, 2016 6:18 PM
|R A Skirvin||RE: Melville W. Spencer|
I don't have anymore now but if I find any, I will send an edit. He was my 2nd cousin but I didn't know him or her.
His mother was my first cousin 1X removed. I knew she existed but had no idea where she was, who she married, or if she had children. I just recently discovered information about her. That is how I found Melville.
R. A. (Foster) Skirvin
Added by R A Skirvin on Sep 15, 2016 11:12 AM
|Christine Izzo||RE: Confused|
First, thank you for all your work posting the cemetery information.
I looked again at the cemetery info and it seems you are correct about the parents. I can't find my original message to see my error. I did notice Theodore's death year should be 1923.
Added by Christine Izzo on Sep 15, 2016 10:10 AM
|Becky||RE: George P. Starr - Northport, NY|
My pleasure. Thank you for adding the info.
Added by Becky on Sep 14, 2016 10:47 PM
|Diane F||RE: Frank Thomas Wright|
Added by Diane F on Sep 14, 2016 5:33 PM
|Zoe Tom||See FAG #: 36081452|
Added by Zoe Tom on Aug 28, 2016 8:33 PM
|Zoe Tom||George Frederick Tuttle|
This is the author of the Tuttle Family Genealogy,
published in 1883. Could you add that to his information?
Added by Zoe Tom on Aug 23, 2016 11:40 PM
|Andrew Honeywell||Memorial 40617698|
Do you have reference to prove that Oliver Brown was born in Huntington? His death entry is in the Finch Family Bible of Jonathan Finch who married Sarah Brown, Oliver's sister. They family was a Greenwich, CT family. The death date in the Bible matches your memorial. Thank you.
Added by Andrew Honeywell on Jul 23, 2016 8:00 PM
|Charlie Ann Weaver||Mary Catherine Oliff (14998245)|
If Cathy is not a member of your family I would really appreciate having her transferred to me. We went to school together and I have set up a virtual memorial for some of our classmates. Thanks for your consideration.
Charlie Ann Weaver
Added by Charlie Ann Weaver on Jul 10, 2016 11:40 AM
|JoAnne||Howard Family of Leonardtown, MD|
David – What an amazing amount of work and wealth of information! I am hoping you may be able to assist me in my search for my great (x’s 4) grandfather’s family. Stephen Howard lived with his family in St. Mary’s County, Leonardtown, MD. In 1776 he enlisted in the 1st Maryland Regiment, and in 1780 was wounded at the Battle of Camden, then taken prisoner and held aboard the prison ship “Elizabeth", then pressed into service on a man-of-war and taken to Kingston, Jamaica. Later he was sent to Canada, then onto Fort Loyal, on Dutchman’s Point in North Hero, VT (the last fort the British held onto in the U.S.) where after 16 years held as a prisoner of war, he was finally able to escape to freedom. I have been trying to find who his parents were and how they came to be in Maryland, (did they arrive on the Ark or the Dove?) Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
Added by JoAnne on May 31, 2016 11:40 PM
|Judy Hoffmeister||Earl Francis Hofmann|
Thank you so much for the correction. I wish I had more ancestors to connect with him. This is one of the few of the ancestors from Baltimore Maryland that have appeared in Find a Grave. I'm so grateful for it too. If I find more, I'll let you know. Thanks.
Added by Judy Hoffmeister on May 01, 2016 5:55 PM
Hi--I am extremely grateful for your posting of the grave and information concerning Thomas Conklin, my 6th ggrandfather. Was pleased to learn that he was a Patriot in the Revolutionary War.
Would like to correspond with you re the Conklin family.
Added by Carol on Apr 30, 2016 4:39 PM
|Judy Hoffmeister||Earl Francis Hofmann|
Hi, Can you please correct the spelling of Earl Francis Hofmann's memorial. #21598832 You have it spelled Hoffman and his correct spelling is Hofmann, with only one F in Hofmann. Thanks a million.
Added by Judy Hoffmeister on Apr 29, 2016 6:33 PM
Thanks so much for the transfers! I so appreciate your kindness! As long as you are willing to transfer, I have others I will request. There is no hurry....
Added by Rosalie on Apr 25, 2016 9:03 AM
I have contacted her in the past and she has not responded.
Added by MSB on Apr 25, 2016 7:34 AM
|Edward Bauer||Kathleen Sammis Brush|
Finally caught up to the Sammis, Conklin & Brush families. I also knew that your name would 'pop' up in this as well! Lots more to do here so I guess I'll see you on facebook! ~Ed
Added by Edward Bauer on Mar 29, 2016 7:29 PM
|Jeffrey McLane||RE: Genealogy Society|
Dave when do you meet
Added by Jeffrey McLane on Feb 22, 2016 6:42 AM
|Pat Green||RE: Mary Green|
Thanks!! I'm about 2 hours away, so I certainly appreciate that. I do have a question for you. My great grandmother's father was Enoch Richard Evans. I saw an article from 1905 that said he was a noted handball player in Leonardtown "in the alley behind Tubman's Store." I was at the Historical Society there back in about 2004 and there was a woman there in her 90s who did not remember that store. I'd love to find out the location of that store and of course that alley if it still exists there in Leonardtown. I've done a few web searches to no avail. If you've heard of it or know where I can find that answer I'd appreciate it. BTW - Mary's husband's family is originally from Sayville, Long Island...
Added by Pat Green on Feb 19, 2016 10:36 PM
|Jeffrey McLane||RE: St. Michael's Cemetery|
not a problem, i am doing ancestry at the same time as find a grave to make sure of the cross references. I figured 2 ways of verification couldn't hurt
Added by Jeffrey McLane on Feb 19, 2016 3:47 PM
|Jeffrey McLane||James A Cooper|
Hi Dave still working on St. Michaels Ridge. James A. Cooper info: James Alexander Cooper DOB Feb 17,1895
Added by Jeffrey McLane on Feb 16, 2016 3:42 PM
|Jeffrey McLane||Margarite B Beavers|
Her maiden name was Biondi St. Michaels Cemetery, born Washington DC
Added by Jeffrey McLane on Feb 15, 2016 12:49 PM